Last Click Attribution (LCA)

Last Click Attribution (LCA)

Last Click Attribution is a digital analytics model in which the “last click” is given credit for a conversion event. In the context of mobile install advertising; when a user installs the advertiser’s app from an ad they have clicked on, the media supplier who has generated the user's click is given credit for the install. The industry standard Last Click Attribution Window is 7 days.

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To All Mobile App Marketers: How to Prevent Mobile Ad Fraud

Reading Time: 4 minutes The existence of mobile ad fraud traffic in the app business is undeniable. Therefore, mobile marketers now need to take this into account when activating their user […]

Misconceptions About Mobile Ad Fraud

Reading Time: 5 minutes In principle, user acquisition (UA) managers have a simple aim: gain more money from the new users, than the money spent to acquire them. In other words, […]

Detecting and Preventing Click Spamming

Reading Time: 4 minutes When we are talking about ad fraud, it is mostly perceived as any unreal activity (like bots and farms), and a more dangerous way of committing ad […]

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